New collaborative album between Ayato and Kecap Tuyul, when we talk about love and happiness , is rather hard to describe. Guitars (electric or acoustic, melodic or noisy, prepared or not) play an important role in it but are also joined by percussion, vinyls, electronic, etc...All tracks were mixed and mastered by Ayato during 2011, using raw guitar improvisations provided by Kecap Tuyul and a few sounds by other contributors : Anton Mobin, C-lya, Benoît Hixe, Poney Club, Mystified Topics: experimental, Ayato, Kecap Tuyul
Waiting for the shaman is the latest collaborative album of Ayato & Kecap Tuyul, once more based on guitars sounds, but featurng also bass, flute, synth, tr606, voice, vinyl, and also some strings sounds provided by Kecap Tilil (Kecap Tuyul's partner in band Pura Sombar) on 2 tracks. This new work is as hard to describe as their previous album when we talk about love and happiness . Waiting for the Shaman one has longer tracks, is more droney - but also rough & gritty sometimes, between... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Ayato, Kecap Tuyul, experimental, free rock, ritual
Xylophonium Algosis is Ayato & Kecap Tuyul's 4th collaboration album, and probably the weirdest to date - also maybe one of the weirdest albums published on eg0cide... Topics: Ayato, Kecap Tuyul, experimental, eg0cide
Between abandoned strings warped tapes and esoteric radio broadcasts, Ayato and Natalia Kamia have found / created a new territory to explore. They are not afraid of silence, they've patiently listened to the resonating spaces (inside / outside) and built 8 surprising pieces that will spin around your ears like sparkles from some unknow satellites. Despite of its short lenghth, Cluster is a very rich album, containing enough ideas to fill the full discography of less inspired... Topics: experimental, Ayato, Natalia Kamia, eg0cide
Ayato & Naoki Ishida have been collaborated online since a few years. Their blending of field recordings from their two countries (France, Japan) create a new, unstable but welcoming sound territory. Their latest album Red_control rec.played has a dream-like quality: a somehow arbitrary mixture that you accept as a coherent whole - as long as you accept the trip as it comes without thinking about where it can lead... Topics: experimental, field recordings, soundscapes, Ayato, Naoki Ishida
After having remixed Stillborn Ghosts' "album Over & Out" (Stillborn Dub), Ayato continued to revisit works from the eg0cide staff. This time he completed an unfinished raw mix of Stillborn Blues in a quite surprising way. If someone had told me before that Stillborn Blues' arythmical, lo-fi, melancolic guitars could be crossed with techno-dub influences, I would have been more than sceptical. Ayato didn't tell us before - he just did it, in a very personal way, and the result... Topics: Ayato, Stillborn Blues, experimental, guitar, remix
Kecap Tuyul was invited to play live with the Crash Duo (Anton Mobin (prepared chamber, tapes) and Ayato (prepared guitar, tapes)) on september 30, for the Aperaudio show curated by Radio Campus Orléans. This totally improvised session was recorded and the 3 performers found it interesting enough to get a release (no edits have been made), available in wav, flac, ogg and mp3, with artwork by Anton Mobin Topics: Anton Mobin, Ayato, Crash Duo, Kecap Tuyul, experimental, improvisation, prepared guitar, tapes
Supposedly dead, the stillborn ghosts (eg0cide S.A., Stillborn Blues & the ghost between the strings) have been awaken last year by Ayato's electronic sorcery, who even managed to make them groove. (stillborn dub (2011)) . The eg0cidian zombies have liked this treatment enough to stay out of their graves - and ask new sonic flesh to Ayato (mostly vinyl-based rythmic structures) that they have overdubbed with various instruments. Final mixes of the resulting wasted shots have been realized... Topics: Ayato, Stillborn Ghosts, Eg0cide S.A., stillborn blues, the ghost between the strings,...